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Software failures in wireless sensor systems are notoriously difficult to debug. Resource constraints in wireless deployments substantially restrict visibility into the root causes of node-level system and application faults. At the same time, the high cost of deployment ofwireless sensor systems often far exceeds the cumulative cost of allother sensor(More)
TinyOS [1] is a key element of the software infrastructure for the research and development community involved in realizing wireless sensor networks (WSNs). In order to improve the long-term impact of the research developed by the WSN community, we contend that it is important to exploit Moore's Law to augment TinyOS on current and future sensor motes. The(More)
Software failures in wireless sensor systems are notoriously difficult to debug. Resource constraints in wireless deployments substantially restrict visibility into the root causes of node-level system and application faults. At the same time, the high cost of deployment of wireless sensor systems often far exceeds the cumulative cost of all other sensor(More)
Software failures in wireless sensor systems are notoriously difficult to debug. Resource constraints in wireless deployments substantially restrict visibility into the root causes of node-level system and application faults. At the same time, the high cost of deployment of wireless sensor systems often far exceeds the cumulative cost of all other sensor(More)
Software failures in wireless sensor systems are notoriously difficult to debug. Resource constraints in wireless deployments substantially restrict visibility into the root causes of system and application level faults. At the same time, the high deployment cost of wireless sensor systems often far exceeds the cumulative cost of all other sensor hardware,(More)
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